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The Most Common Cause of Hair Loss Is the Least Suspected, Warns Trichology Expert

...able form of hyperhydrosis is excessive sweating in the hands, feet, underarms and face," she said. "For example, people with thyroid problems may not outwardly sweat but still undergo the internal chemical processes that lead to lactic acid being secreted onto the scalp and hair." Hyperhydrosis cases ra...

Photos: New Program Educates About Serious Warning Sign for Stroke

...s that last less than a day,(3) and typically less than five minutes.(4) TIAs generally do not cause permanent brain damage, and while some produce no outwardly recognizable symptoms at all,(3) common symptoms include sudden numbness or weakness of the face, arm or leg, especially on one side of the body; sudd...

Flip-flopping gene expression can be advantageous

...etical framework that allows experimenters to measure the ephemeral nature of epigenetics. Epigenetic multistability may be vital to cells that are outwardly different, but genetically identical. Only one of the two phenotypes might thrive in a given environmental condition; however, the less advantageous p...

World Epilepsy Week - 2007

... Stigma : While epilepsy cannot be cured, at least as of now, for some people it does eventually go away. Incidentally, most people with epilepsy lead outwardly normal lives. At the same time, it is not uncommon for people with epilepsy, especially children, to develop behavioral and emotional problems- someti...

Reduced Oxygen to the Brain Increases Alzheimers Risk in Stroke Victims

...om long-term conditions like emphysema and angina, to sudden incidents such as a heart attack, stroke or even head trauma. Even though the patient may outwardly recover, the hidden cell damage may be irreversible, Peers said. It could even be an issue for people who snore heavily, whose sleep patterns ...

Outwardly Expressed Anger Affects Some Women’s Heart Arterie

...ducted exclusively with female subjects, suggest that anger and hostility alone are not predictive for coronary artery disease in women, but women who outwardly express anger may be at increased risk if they also have any of several other risk factors: age (risk increases as women get older), history of diabet...

Grapes, Melons Implicated in Outbreaks

...t summer and fall. Researchers were surprised to find that the outbreak of Salmonella serotype senftenberg// most often found in meats and poultry was outwardly spread to people through grapes. Dr.Alicia, at the International Conference on Emerging Infectious Diseases, told that the outbreak of S. senften...
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Helix Receives Approval to Open Sites in Germany for its Ongoing Clinical Trial With Topical Interferon Alpha-2b in Patients With Ano-Genital Warts

... study activities specifically. About Ano-Genital Warts Ano-genital warts result from HPV infection of the external genitalia, and can manifest as outwardly visible growths of varying sizes and shapes in both men and women. Each year in the United States alone, there are over 750,000 new cases of ano-genit...
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Testicular feminization

...lly located testicular tissue may not be removed until a child completes ... Complete testicular feminization results in someone who looks outwardly female. ... Incomplete testicular feminization can include other disorders, such as ... testicular feminization ( tes¦tikyələr ′femənə′zās...

Ectropion

...vers symptoms, causes, treatment of a sagging or outwardly turned eyelid. ... Ectropion is a condition in w...vers symptoms, causes, treatment of a sagging or outwardly turned eyelid. ... Rarely, ectropion is present ...vers symptoms, causes, treatment of a sagging or outwardly turned eyelid. ... Rarely, ectropion is present ...
Outwardly in Biological News

How 'secondary' sex characters can drive the origin of species

..., if at all. An early "lock and key" model of reproductive isolation was first proposed by L. Dufour in 1844 to explain why some pairs of species, outwardly identical in every way, are unable to mate. ...

Genetic 'tag team' keeps cells on cycle

...tional cyclins. Under the old models, the parade of gene activity should have come to an abrupt halt without cyclin. Instead, while the yeast cells outwardly showed signs of the disruption and stopped dividing, nearly 70 percent of the periodic genes within them continued to turn on and off right on schedul...

A chilling glimpse inside the minds of dangerous criminals

...s that such murderers are able to affect. They are extremely adept liars (he admits to having been fooled!), who enjoy playing mind games, even though outwardly they seem above suspicion. This is one reason they are so dangerous and difficult for investigators to track down and prosecute. This chilling glimpse...

Poor prenatal nutrition permanently damages function of insulin-producing cells in the pancreas

...-weight group had caught up with the others, something we see in human babies too," said Dr. Patti. "They looked and acted the same. There was nothing outwardly different about them." The two groups of offspring ate the same chow diet, maintained a similar weight, and neither group was allowed to become overwe...
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New guide ranks UW-Madison tops in research

...ir criteria on marketing for prospective students, emphasizing the services and experiences students will find. The Washington Monthly guide is more outwardly focused on societal impact, Wallace-Wells says....
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